New This Week


AVweb‘s search of news in aviation found announcements from Able Flight, Partners in Aviation, L-3 Aviation Products and Yingling Aviation.Able Flight and Lockheed Martin announced a scholarship to aid wounded warriors of the United States armed services. The Lockheed Martin Fighting Spirit Scholarship provides sports and physical activity programs for wounded veterans.Partners in Aviation, recently formed by business aviation sales and marketing veterans Mark Molloy and Tom Bertels, is launching its principal offering, PIA Co-Ownership. The comprehensive program matches two prospective owners with low to medium usage requirements and based in a common geographical area, enabling them to own and operate a new or late-model aircraft at approximately half the cost of individual ownership.

L-3 Aviation Products and ATP Flight School announced that L-3’s Lynx NGT-9000 has been selected as the ADS-B solution for 100 of the school’s 250-plus training aircraft, with the option for additional units as the fleet expands. Deliveries of the Lynx units will continue through the end of 2016, ahead of the 2020 ADS-B mandate.Yingling Aviation has announced it is creating a dealer network for thecomprehensivelyremanufacturedAscend 172.Air Orlando Sales Inc. at Orlando Executive Airport in Orlando, Florida, and Suburban Aviation Inc. at Suburban Toledo Airport in northwest Ohio will sell theAscend 172and provide localized, rapid and responsive support to its customers, based on the same standards and procedures established at Yingling.